Marriott Rewards Adds More Hotels To Portfolio

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Marriott Rewards announced that they have added 22 hotels to their portfolio and 14 more will follow in late April. Now you can earn and redeem points at these properties which are mostly in Canada and 1 in Orlando, Florida.  According to the Marriott website, the following 2 phases will occur to integrate Delta Hotels and Marriott over the next several months. You can see all the details here.

Marriott Rewards Adds More Hotels To Portfolio

Marriott Rewards Adds More Hotels To Portfolio

Delta Hotels and Resorts® will participate in Marriott Rewards® in two phases:

  • 28 January 2016: Twenty-two Delta Hotels and Resorts properties will fully participate in Marriott Rewards. Members of Marriott Rewards and The Ritz-Carlton Rewards® will receive Elite benefits and earn points or miles and Elite night credits at these hotels. Members will also be able to redeem points for free night stays. See a complete list of participating hotels.

  • 29 January – May 2016: Marriott Rewards will complete necessary system upgrades at Delta Hotels and Resorts for 14 remaining properties. Throughout this period, members of Marriott Rewards and The Ritz-Carlton Rewards will receive recognition benefits during their stays. Members will not earn points, miles or Elite night credits for stays at these 14 hotels. Members will also not be able to redeem points toward free stays at these 14 remaining hotels until integration is complete. Members of Aeroplan® will receive 500 miles for qualifying stays at those hotels until 29 February 2016. Existing Delta Privilege members with earned hotel credit and upgrades have until 29 February 2016 to use them. See a complete list of the 22 hotels that will participate in Marriott Rewards during this second period as well as the 14 hotels that will be integrated in May.

Bottom Line

More choices of hotels to earn and redeem points at is good news especially if you travel or plan to travel to Canada with this Delta Hotels addition to the Marriott program. Have you stayed at Delta Hotels and Resorts locations before? What did you think?

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The Weekly Flyer writes about travel from a business traveler perspective. He travels the world every week accumulating points and miles along the way.

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Comments

  1. It’s about time. Marriott bought Delta a year or so. Why it took so long is weird. I have stayed at a couple of Delta hotels. I don’t remember if they had a concierge lounge but I would rate them around an average Sheraton or Marriott. This is a Canadian brand. I don’t see any new Delta hotels opening in the U.S.

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